Prosecution launches an attack against a political party because of Gazprom deliveries
The indictments of ex-Energy Minister Alexander Nikolov and two of his associates for mismanagement of the gas crisis of April 2022 lie on shaky grounds
Nexo’s troubles, Bulgaria refuses to close coal plants, Lukoil returns
Prosecution goes after cryptobank, no chance of gov’t and coal to stay until 2038
Bulgaria and Turkey reach long anticipated gas agreement including integration of LNG terminals in the EU
The deal brings up a lot of questions regarding interconnection and Botas' game in gas geopolitics
The week: Fear not the political feuds, even when they tell you to on the TV
The optimist theory for the economy, Parliament is stuck, President is happy, and the Dutch don’t like us
A step away from Russia’s energy grip, Bulgaria-Greece gas interconnector finally launches
On the 1 October the long-awaited gas connection started functioning, meaning that Bulgaria has physical access to alternative gas supplies for the first time
The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?
K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues
Sofia’s flips over gas supplies show how fraught energy policy is after defying Moscow
After an inexplicable postponement, the caretaker gov’t and Bulgargaz finally open bids for short- and long-term LNG deliveries
The week: Elections 2022: Pretend nothing’s happening; FDI down, caretaker Gov’t goes LNG
Parties lying low on big issues before vote, Energy Minister shifts stance on LNG and why do people from the "Yellow Cobblestones" cry?
The Donev cabinet’s appeasement of Gazprom may cost Bulgaria dearly
The potential restart of payments - in rubles - to the Russian gas giant, advocated by President Radev’s caretaker cabinet could incur 1.8 billion euro in damages for Sofia
Radev’s revenge, the looming deficit and a frog
Reality is back with a vengeance, GDP keeps growing, and our Real Estate report is out
What’s cooking before the 2 October snap vote?
The new political season kicks off with smear campaigns, corruption allegations and president’s interference that would likely result in yet another fragmented parliament unable to support a government coalition